One Republican asked this question that left the impeachment hearing in complete shambles
The first day of the Democrats’ impeachment witch hunt was a complete disaster.
Democrats were left punch drunk after their plan to use a Deep State sleeper cell as their star witnesses in a sham investigation was exposed to the public.
And one Republican asked this question that left the impeachment hearing in complete shambles.
Ukraine Ambassador Bill Taylor and high ranking State Department official George Kent stepped out of the shadows and were forced to answer for their role as part of a cabal of bureaucrats trying to subvert the Constitution by seizing control of American foreign policy with regard to Ukraine.
Democrats thought that, because of Taylor’s military service and Kent’s long career in the State Department under both Republican and Democrat Presidents, they made for the perfect witnesses to lay the hammer to President Trump.
But Texas Republican Congressman John Ratcliffe called their bluff.
Ratcliffe asked Kent and Taylor one simple question: where is the impeachable offense?
Once Ratcliffe put Kent and Taylor under the spotlight the façade dropped and it became clear they were hacks merely whining about a policy disagreement with Donald Trump.
Kent and Taylor sat in stunned silence and couldn’t provide an answer to Ratcliffe’s question.
Important question from John Ratcliffe: “where is the impeachable offense in that call?”
The blank stares in responses are devastating for Democrats impeachment effort. Neither said yes. pic.twitter.com/4fxV7PVAYx #maga #impeachmentHearings
— Matt Batzel (@MattBatzel) November 13, 2019
At the end of the day, the Democrats’ “star witnesses” couldn’t even come up with an impeachable offense.
That’s because there aren’t any impeachable offenses.
This entire witch hunt is nothing more than an excise of a partisan power play to try to nullify the results of the 2016 election because Democrats are worried they won’t be able to defeat Donald Trump at the ballot box in 2020.